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Twin brothers Chun Kai Qun and Chun Kai Feng spent a good two months early this year turning the abandoned Jade House at Haw Par Villa into Latent Spaces - a multi-purpose space (above) that they have used to run exhibitions, art workshops, markets, and other events
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Twin brothers Chun Kai Qun and Chun Kai Feng spent a good two months early this year turning the abandoned Jade House at Haw Par Villa (above) into Latent Spaces - a multi-purpose space that they have used to run exhibitions, art workshops, markets, and other events

Resurrection

Step aside, heritage buildings and old coffeeshops. The new real estate catchword is 'abandoned' or 'disused'. BT Lifestyle speaks to three groups who have taken it upon themselves to breathe new life into unlikely old spaces
Nov 7, 2014 5:50 AM

Jade House comes alive

LATENT SPACES

IF YOU can't find a suitable space to show off your artworks, then create your own.

That's exactly what artist twin brothers Chun Kai Qun and Chun Kai Feng did when they couldn't find a gallery space that